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llevaron a un lugar. >>> todo el mundo perdiÓ sus cosas, la mayorÍa de gente que vive aquÍ son de el salvador. >>> a cinco millas de este poblado 111 casas se quemaron la noche del huracÁn. >>> quienes se salvaron del incendio no escaparon a las inundaciones, en este departamento una familia entera en la calle y su hogar sumergido en agua. >>> estamos de arrimados, tengo ropa de mi primo. yo no tengo nada ahora. >>> todo el poblado en queens quedÓ devastado, el mar se vino enci encima, las calles estÁn sepultadas bajo la arena, lavadoras en plena calle y autos encima de otro. >>> no hay luz, no hay gas, no podemos vivir aquÍ. >>> las vÍctimas del incendio y las inundaciones en el poblado aseguran que las autoridades han hecho poco por ellos, viven con familiares y amigos que aparte de darles donde dormir les dan ropa, se quedaron con lo Único que tenÍan puesto el dia del huracÁn, noticiero univisiÓn. >>> alcalde de new york empezÓ el apoyo a la reelecciÓn de obama, tiene una fortuna de 25 mil millones de dÓlares fue demÓcrata, pero luego se alcanzo a la alcaldÍa como re
was impressed. we're just going back 25 years to your work in el salvador working with refugees and understanding what the connection is between people who are living here, who have immigrated here from central mark, to their experiences here and experiences there and how they affect -- what their emotions are like, what mental health is like and you address all of that in your work. i just want to say congratulations and thank you so much on behalf of the board of supervisors for your work in this city. i know you have many more years to give and you started very, very young in your life's work. so, i congratulate you and offer you our commendation for your work over the years in this city. thank you very much. >> thank you. (applause) >>> thank you very much. and as john said, i do believe that mental health is more than just the individual, it's about creating community. and i feel very honored and very proud of the board of supervisors that you are acknowledging the importance of mental health in this city. i've worked for the city 23 years in mental health and i often come
were 12 years old from el salvador? >> that's correct. since i came to the united states, i live in maryland. i live in maryland for the last 10 years. i feel fully american. >> reporter: in november maryland voters will have a chance to change ricky's future. a ballot measure will determine whether illegal immigrants can or can not receive in-state tuition at state colleges. mary russell is with the maryland catholic conference. why should maryland allow kids who are here illegally receive taxpayer money for state tuition? >> well i think we need to look at these children as maryland taxpayers. >> reporter: in fact, in order to qualify for the program, students have to prove their parents filed taxes for three years. opponents say the measure encourages illegal immigration. >> it is just another part of the giveaway to noncitizens. >> reporter: opponents of this measure say you are a bad investment because you can't vote, you can't drive a car, and you can't work legally. what do you say to that? >> i'm also a taxpayer and, i would like to say that just want to become a doctor.
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